The Municipality of Port Hope is a remarkably picturesque community located on the shore of Lake Ontario and nestled in the Northumberland Hills. With a population of 16,500 and thriving business and tourism sectors, Port Hope is an active, vibrant, healthy, and caring community. The Municipality is committed to delivering all services in a courteous, informative, and prompt manner. As a service-based industry our most valuable resource is a solid, efficient staff of highly skilled, qualified, and motivated employees.
We are an equal opportunity employer; accommodations are available, upon request, in the recruitment process for applicants with disabilities who have been selected for an job interview.
We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those candidates selected for a job interview will be contacted.
Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and is used to determine eligibility for potential employment.
To submit a general application or Volunteer Firefighter application download an application form. Completed forms may submitted at one of our Municipal offices, faxed to 905-885-7698 or e-mailed to email@example.com.
A valid and satisfactory Police Records Check will be required prior to start of employment. For employment within the Parks, Recreation and Culture department, the Police Records Check should also include the Vulnerable Sector Search.
Summary: The Crossing Guard is responsible for the safe crossing of students to and from the Schools. The casual Crossing Guard is called into work in the absence of a regularly scheduled Crossing Guard.
Summary: The Customer Service Assistant is responsible for receiving and addressing public inquiry by phone and in person regarding services provided by the Municipality of Port Hope; and providing related administrative and clerical support to the…
Summary: The Human Resources Assistant is responsible to provide administrative assistance, research and confidential support to the Human Resources Manager. This ia a Part-time, Contract, Non-Union position.
Summary: The Municipal Law Enforcement Officer is responsible for informing the public, business and other groups of the details of related by-laws and provincial legislation/regulations to build understanding; enforce and gain compliance with municipal…
Summary: The Water Operations Foreman is responsible to plan, schedule and coordinate the administrative, operational and staffing requirements for the: operation; maintenance; and repair of Water Treatment and Distribution infrastructure; including…